NJ sex offender sentenced for Census job
CAMDEN, N.J. - August 12, 2011 (WPVI) -- A federal judge on Friday has given a three-year prison sentence to a sex offender who admitted lying to get a job as a U.S. Census taker.
An astute New Jersey woman who was home with her toddler recognized Frank Kuni from an online registry of sex offenders when he showed up at her doorstep in Pennsauken in May 2010. She called police and Kuni was arrested.
Around the same time, the U.S. Census Bureau was on his trail after fingerprints showed Kuni wasn't the man he said he was on his application.
Kuni was convicted in 1996 of sexually assaulting a girl and having inappropriate contact with another.
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